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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 23, 19 t

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, September 2..~, lvii

THE PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Play of the Month Series
USHER APPLICATION
NAME
ADDRESS

:....:".,,^. ^r::..;:.;;...................... oncentrator," Seminar Rm., Comp.
Daily Official Bulletin E 7:30eapmcare
;;:- rce" GENE R NOTICESW o -m en s

Sunday, September 23
DAY CALtNDAR
TV Center: "Dickens World: The Phi-
losophy of Love," WWJ-TV, Channel 4,
noon.
Music School: Faculty Chamber Con-
cert. Rackham Aud., 4 pm.

Make-up final examinations for Ger-
will be given Tues., Sept. 25, 7:30-9:30
ma 0, 0,11,12,21 22 nd26 e rie s
p.m., in the following rooms: 101 in
3217 MLB, 102 in 3301 MLB, 231 reg. in
3319 MLB; all others in 3310 MLB.
Students must obtain written per- (Continued fr(
mission from previous German instruc-
tor, or coursesuprisokrandthensignleves"she explain

held by WCC

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ned.
ng, attended

TELEPHONE AJ. of M. I.D. No.

Monday, September 24 up in the German Dept. office by 5
Engineering Dept.: Slide lecture on p.m., Mon., Sept. 24.
improving efficiency in the library, U. S. Gov't Scholarships for '74-75un-
Transportation Lib., 3rd fl., UGLI, 10 der Fulbright -Hays Act: Applications
am., 7:30 pm. due in Grad. Fellowship Ofc., 1014
Macromolecular Research Center: R. Rackham Bldg., Mon., Oct. 8. Call 764-
Stein, U. of Mass., "The Study of the 2218 regarding eligibility reqs. Obtain
Morphology of Solid Polymers by Light applic. form from 1014 Rackham; qual-
Scattering," Chem. Bldg., Rm. 1200, 4 Ified & interested students should act
pm.; now!
Physics Seminar: J. Schwarz, Calif.
Inst. of Tech., "Dual Field Theories for CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT
Hadrons - What and Why," P-A Col-; 320 SAB, 764-7460
loq. Rm., 4 pm, FEDERAL SERVICE ENTRANCE EX-
Carillon Recital:-Hudson Ladd, caril- AMS given monthly from Oct. thru
lonneur, Burton Tower, 7 pm. July. Tests will be given Sat., Oct. 6,
Computing Center: "Use of the Data & Thurs., Oct. 11.
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Monday's meetin

RULES
1. You must be a U of M student.
2. You must choose your series in order of
preference.
3. Married students may send applications together.
4. This application must be mailed by U.S. mail
NO SOONER THAN SEPTEMBER 25, 1973.
(Mail to PTP Office, Mendelssohn Theatre,
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104)
5. Include self-addressed return, stamped envelope
PLEASE NUMBER CHOICE 1, 2, 3, 4
SERIES A: Saturday Evenings: Nov. 17, Dec. 15, Jan. 12,
Jan. 26, Mar. 30
SERIES B: Sunday Evenings: Nov. 18, Dec. 16, Jan. 13,
Jan. 27, Mar. 31
SERIES C: Saturday Matinees: Nov. 17, Dec. 15, Jan. 12,
Jan. 26, Mar. 30
SERIES D: Sunday Matinees: Nov. 18, Dec. 16, Jan. 13,
Jan. 27, Mar. 31

roughly 150 women, featured a
movie on pelvic examination madea
for medical students. Clinic speak-
ers explained anatomical termin-
ology and then broke the meeting'
into small groups for discussion of:
participants' health care concerns.
Much discussion among women
present centered around patients',
powerlessness to influence medical'
care. "Sometimes you go to see a.
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Volume LXXXIV, No. 16
Sunday, September 23, 1973
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doctor and you, feel like someone's
doing you a big favor, or here's
this big professional who really
know's what he's doing," one wo-
man commented.
THE MEETING CLOSED with a
demonstration of a pelvic self-
examination, part ofthe group's
stress on self-help for women in;
medical matters. "We don't use
self -exam in place of going to a
doctor," a spokeswoman explained.
"If we find something wrong we
don't treat ourselves."
She explained that self-exam is
used to check for symptoms of in-
fection and disease.
"It's something women should
know how to do, just like you look
in your throat when it feels bad."

NEEDED:
STUDENTS WHO HAVE
WORKED/STUDIED/TRAVELED
ABROAD
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VICE PRESIDENT Spiro Ag-
new: Will he resign?
Agnewuivr
rumors
increase
(Continued from Page, 1)
A source close to the Vice Presi;
dent reported yesterday that Ag-
new's, lawyers will go to court
next week to try to halt the fed-
eral investigation of him. The
source did not say what reasons:
his lawyers would use.
AGNEW also permitted himself
to be photographed in his office
Friday receiving a petition from
about 100 of his supporters in Con-
gress urging him, "Hang in there,
baby."
Thomson said yesterday he was
not in a position to deny flatly that.
any negotiations were taking place{
with the Justice Department be-
cause he was not familiar with the
legal side of the investigation of
the Vice President.
But he said he regarded the re-
ports of plea bargaining by Ag-
new's lawyers as unsubstantiated
rumors.
IT WOULD BE totally unlike
him to resign. The Vice President
is not a quitter," Thomson said.
"I just don't think it' adds up.",
he said.

Leftists
banned by
Chile govt.
(Continued from Page 1)
trade unions, the military, youth
and women.
YESTERDAY, in an interview
with journalists, he added workers
and peasants to these groups.
But asked whether the new par-
liament would be corporate-style,
he said, "We are not fascists and
neither are we going to impose a
government of that form. Nor do
we intend to stay in power indefi-
nitely."
Last night the Christian bemo-
crats, who announced their back-
ing for the military shortly after
the coup but urged them to hand
power back to the people as soon
as possible, strongly denounced
the plans for a new constitution.
IN PREVIOUS statements the
junta had said it would re-intro-
duce a liberal economic system
based on private enterprise, and
that it would welcome foreign in-'
vestment in the big five copper
mines nationalized under Allende.
Gen. Leigh's statement that 7,000
political prisoners were being held
in Santiago's national football sta-
dium followed earlier statements
by junta members that the total
was only 4,000 and that about 300
persons were being released each
day.
But the general said yesterday
that the number of detainees was
s t i 11 increasing. Correspondents
here, still hear nightly sporadic
outbreaks of firing in the capital,
and the military are still carry-
ing out heavily-armed sweeps in
working class districts.
LEIGH DID NOT identify the 30
senior members of the Allende ad-
ministration deported to the ex-
treme southern island of Dawson,
where they are being held under
military guard.
But he said that the ban on marx-
ist parties would be lifted once the
country was normalized without
indicating how long this would
take.

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DIMENSIONS OF
RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE

LECTURE & DISCUSSION SERIES

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS 3-5 P.M.

ANGELL HALL AUD. A

SEPTEMBER 26, 1973
IN SEARCH OF THE INFINITE: DISCOVERING EASTERN RELIGIONS
by MS. MARI SHORE, Educational Coordinator, Ethics & Reliigon, U of M
OCTOBER 3, 1973
POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE
by CARL OGLESBY, former SDS president, lecturer MIT, playwright (Major Hopwood)
OCTOBER 10, 1973
YOGA AS A WAY OF LIFE
by SWAMI SREEDHAR (hopefully) studies under sivanada
OCTOBER 17, 1973
OCCULT SYMBOLOGY-AND ASTROLOGY AS A MEANS OF
WORKING WITH COSMIC ENERGIES
by LINN VANN CLEEF, astrologer, teacher, New York City
OCTOBER 24, 1973
BIO-ENERGETICS AND ITS INTEGRATION WITH ASTROLOGY, MAGIC,
YOGA, AND PSYCHOLOGY IN WHOLISTIC HEALING
by RICHARD WOLF, astrologer, psychic, lay-therapist
OCTOBER 31, 1973
POWER AND INNOCENCE IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR
by DR. ED BANTELL, Profe.ssor of Psychology and Education, Oakland University, studied with
Arthur Jerseld, Rollo May, R. D. Lang
NOVEMBER 7, 1973
THE SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE IN THE LIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY VIOLENCE
panel discussion by representatives of the Christian, Jewish and M o s I e m Traditions: REV.
GEORGE GROSE, DR. A. MUHSIN EL-BIALI and JOHN F. ROTHMANN
NOVEMBER 14, 1973
ETHICAL AND RELIGIOUS ISSUES BEING RAISED BY THE LIFE SCIENCES TODAY
by DR. MARGARET MAXEY, professor of Religious Studies at University of Detroit

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NOVEMBER 28, 1973 (Not Aud. A-Instead Lecture Room No. 1025 Angell Hall)
A SOCIOLOGIST LOOKS AT RELIGION
hb DR. MAX HELRICH. rofessor of Sociolov. U of M

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